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Posts Made By: Joe Bruessow

April 8, 2005 10:21 PM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Solar System

May 20, 2005 07:25 PM Forum: Equipment Talk

Collimator.......

Posted By Joe Bruessow

I really like the holographic collimators... they make aligning the secondary under the focuser as well as a non-center spotted primary a whole lot easier. Given a choice, I'd get a holographic. I'd recommend finding a club member with one and giving it a try.

BTW... the Glatters are very nice. They seem more "industrial/ solidly built" than the Kendrick's...

Don't know if this helps smile

June 11, 2005 08:35 PM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Deep Sky

M51-Bad Vignetting(need help)

Posted By Joe Bruessow

Hi Brian...

Looks like something that a "Bias" or "Flat Field" image should correct... I am sure the experts will chime in here soon...

July 10, 2005 01:14 PM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Solar System

Mars!

Posted By Joe Bruessow

Wonderful image!

August 5, 2005 12:24 PM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Deep Sky

Deer Lick Group

Posted By Joe Bruessow

Thanks Guys grin

August 13, 2005 07:12 PM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Deep Sky

NGC7331 Deer Lick Group

Posted By Joe Bruessow

Here is one I worked a little from earlier in the month... ST2000XM... 3 hrs lum (2x2), needs more color data (30 min each RGB 3x3). No flat field... light box is my next project shocked)

August 22, 2005 10:54 AM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Deep Sky

Opinions on longer focal length astrograph

Posted By Joe Bruessow

Thanks for the replies smile I am curious about anybody using a well corrected premium Newtonian for imaging (paracorr, etc)... perhaps a 10" f/5 to f/6?

Thanks!

August 27, 2005 11:09 AM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Deep Sky

August 31, 2005 07:42 PM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Solar System

August 31, 2005 07:43 PM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Solar System

Mars August 31 2005

Posted By Joe Bruessow

Awesome! ... as usual wink smile